Capitol Building on the outside

MACUL provides opportunities to advocate for policies and resources to support the effective use of technology to improve teaching, ignite learning and promote leadership. Through our advocacy efforts we reach out to stakeholders and decision makers to help them understand and encourage support of MACUL’s vision and purpose.

We hope to get more members and others engaged on issues related to public policy on education technology.

We have a Twitter account for advocacy.  Follow us @MACULAdvocacy

Advocacy Articles

STS at the Captiol team with Lt. Gov. Brian Calley and MVU President Jamey Fitzpatrick

Students, Our Best Advocates

Each year, student teams and their teachers from around the state participate in the AT&T/MACUL/MVU Student Technology Showcase, an event held at the State...